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Delhi elections 2015: Arvind Kejriwal snipes at BJP advertisement FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 30, 2015
Aam Aadmi Party on Friday took a swipe at the BJP for its newspaper advertisement, in which Anna Hazare's cartoon has been shown with a garland, prompting AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal to cheekily ask whether the saffron party had "killed" the veteran anti-corruption crusader. .... Read News
No BJP manifesto for Delhi polls, party to release vision document FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 29, 2015
BJP on Thursday announced that it will not come out with any manifesto for the Delhi Assembly polls and instead will release a vision document for the city in a day or two which will feature a roadmap for development and welfare of the people. The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by BJP President Amit Shah during which various aspects relating to election campaign were discussed. .... Read News
VHP agenda: 'Ram Mahotsava' for building temple in Ayodhya FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 29, 2015
Seeking to "mobilise Hindus” and "remind them of their resolve” for construction of a Ram temple, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) is planning to organise 'Ram Mahotsava' for the first time on the lines of Durga Puja aross the country. .... Read News
Left parties protest Modi's invitation to Obama FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 25, 2015
Accusing the Narendra Modi government of compromising India's sovereignty by inviting Barack Obama for the Republic Day function, several Left parties Saturday staged a rally here opposing the US president's visit. The rally was attended by Left Front chairperson and Communist Party of India-Marxist politburo member Biman Basu, .... Read News
Prashant Bhushan submits list of 12 AAP candidates with dubious reputation FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 24, 2015
After AAP founder-member Shanti Bhushan, his son and imminent party leader Prashant Bhushan seems to be upset with Arvind Kejriwal. According to a DNA report, Bhushan, who has been associated with Kejriwal since Anna Hazare's Lokpal movement has submitted list of 12 Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidates with dubious reputation. .... Read News
Congress releases manifesto for Delhi Assembly polls FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 23, 2015
Cyber cafes for students, cheap power for domestic consumers and waiver on inflated water bills are some of the promises made by the Congress Friday in its manifesto for the Feb 7 Delhi Assembly polls. Extension of Delhi Metro and concessional passes for students also figure in the manifesto, Part I of which was released by Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely. .... Read News
Nitish Kumar aligned with Congress to fulfill his ambition to be PM: Shah FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 23, 2015
BJP chief Amit Shah on Friday hit out at former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar accusing him joining hands with Congress to pursue his personal ambitions to become the Prime Minister and said he was going against the principles of socialist leader Karpoori Thakur."Karpoori Thakur is known for his contribution in the uplift of the backward classes, for whom he dedicated his entire life. .... Read News
BJP is exactly opposite to what Bedi stands for: Arvind Kejriwal FnF Desk ,  Jan 23, 2015
AAP leader and former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has said he sees an inherent contradiction between what Kiran Bedi, BJP's presumptive chief ministerial candidate, was known to have stood for and the values and principles of the party she now represents. "There are many issues... I am surprised how she will cope up with this and how she will explain (this) to the people and to herself, .... Read News
Former UPA Minister Krishna Tirath meets Amit Shah, joins BJP FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 19, 2015
Senior Congress Party leader and former union minister for child and women development Krishna Tirath on Monday joined Bharatiya Janata Party. The Bharatiya Janata Party welcomed the move by Tirath to join its ranks, stating that such inductions were due to the inspiration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. .... Read News
Kiran Bedi's tea party and sidelined leaders: Dissent brews in Delhi BJP FnF Desk ,  Jan 19, 2015
The BJP top leadership's decision to induct ex-IPS officer Kiran Bedi into the party just ahead of the Delhi assembly polls may have been hailed as a coup by political observers, but the mood inside the party is not quite so celebratory.The old complaints about an 'outsider' -- which in 2013 assembly elections persuaded the top brass to pick Harsh Vardhan over Bedi as the BJP chief ministerial candidate .... Read News
Loss in Delhi bad for Parivar, not the BJP Saeed Naqvi ,  Jan 31, 2015
In politics, sometimes normalcy looks abnormal. That the Bharatiya Janata Party should be with its back to the wall in the Delhi battle is abnormal for those who have not yet recovered from the awesomeness of Narendra Modi's victory in May 2014. .... Read Article
Janata Parivar: A group of opportunist provincials Amulya Ganguli ,  Dec 27, 2014
The so-called Janata "Parivar" comprising remnants of the old Janata Dal has been severely jolted in its first trial of strength although it has not yet been formally constituted. The dismal performance of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the Janata Dal-United (JD-U) and the Congress (although the latter is only the parivar's soul mate and not a member) suggests that the nascent alliance has a long way to go before it can be taken seriously. .... Read Article
Hindutva upsurge will tar Modi's image Amulya Ganguly ,  Dec 13, 2014
The first phase of the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) politics was marked by the targeting of mosques and churches. After the advent of Narendra Modi, the scene has become quieter. In fact, the Ram temple issue has been put on hold and even the fulminations against "love jihad", the supposedly sinister plan of Muslim youths to marry Hindu girls, have faded away, at least for the time being. .... Read Article
India: Towards a One Party Rule Uday Dandavate ,  Nov 14, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Shri Amit Shah are going about systematically bulldozing their way with a singular objective of establishing a clear line of command both at the center and in the states. The process is strategic, and ruthless. .... Read Article
Delhi poll: BJP's non-performing winning candidates may face the axe Rahul Vaishnavi ,  Nov 09, 2014
In no mood to lose ground to the AAP ahead of the Delhi assembly elections, the BJP is likely to replace around 10 of its "non-performing" candidates who had won the December 2013 poll but who lagged in spending their constituency development funds. According to a party source, an internal report on the performance of the 29 MLAs, including the lone Akali Dal candidate, .... Read Article
Is there any hope for Congress? Amulya Ganguly ,  Nov 08, 2014
The Congress high command, which means the mother-and-son duo of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi, is mistaken if it believes that the deep nervousness among Congressmen about the party's bleak future can be dispelled by a token offer of resignation by the two and a clean chit for themselves which they secured from a servile acolyte, A.K. Antony, in a report about the election debacle. .... Read Article
Congress in self-destruct mode Amulya Ganguli ,  Oct 18, 2014
Perhaps the awareness about the irredeemable nature of the Congress's political fortune persuaded Prithviraj Chavan to let the cat out of the bag. By confessing, however, that he was powerless as the Maharashtra chief minister to probe the allegations of corruption against influential party members like Vilasrao Deshmukh, Sushil Kumar Shinde and Ashok Chavan, .... Read Article
How the Congress lost the Indian diaspora, and BJP gains Ramachandra Guha ,  Sep 28, 2014
There are two notable differences, however. First, unlike the BJP today, the pre-Independence Congress was not the recipient of large amounts of funds from overseas. Second, the NRI nationalists of the colonial era sought to represent all Indians regardless of religion or ethnicity. .... Read Article
Internal tensions: It can get worse for Congress Amulya Ganguli ,  Sep 06, 2014
The Congress High Command, which is a pseudonym for party president Sonia Gandhi, must have realized by now that securing a clean chit for the mother-and-son duo in a report on the poll debacle by a servile loyalist will not put an end to constant carping by party members. .... Read Article
Bring out the by-poll laddoos: Is the Congress revival finally here? Sanjeev Singh ,  Aug 26, 2014
As the results of by-polls started coming in on Monday, the smiles finally found their way back to the faces of senior Congress leaders and their allies. The results have given the Congress the feeling that not all is lost for it yet and there are openings for it to crawl back into political relevance. The BJP, which appeared invincible under Narendra Modi, has suddenly started looking vulnerable. .... Read Article
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